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Proving Qualifications only What is on the LMO?

Old Oct 8th 2008, 10:57 am
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Default Proving Qualifications only What is on the LMO?

Hello all.

Things are drawing closer and we are trying to figure out one thing which does not seem to be quite clear. The lawyers have gone over all the paperwork, have figured out how to make up the right combinations of NOC codes and have included some extra certifications for the specialised skills I need for the particular LMO/Job offer.

The offer itself will _not_ require a university degree (even though I have one) but a higher level education certificate (in Austria that means 13 years of school and Matura)

It will also require that I am a CSM and CSP (both certifications I hold).

Neither the LMO, nor the Job offer states anything about my degree (Communication Sciences and Journalism) only mv CV has that obviously on it.

Now in terms of CIC, which certifications and qualifications do I have to prove to the officer to get the TWP (hopefully at the point of entry?).

Usually the NOC codes that the lawyers are using state
A bachelor's or master's degree in computer science, business administration, commerce or engineering is usually required.
The lawyers say this is left open to interpretation. If the Employer does not require it and it is clearly so stated on the LMO, the job description and on the advertisement and it is clear that work experience and other certifications lead to a highly skilled job offer.

Now I still wonder whether I should bring the parchment from University even though it has nothing to do with the LMO or Job offer and I would have to have it translated from German just like my Matura certificates.

Thanks

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Old Oct 8th 2008, 10:44 pm
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Default Re: Proving Qualifications only What is on the LMO?

Originally Posted by retsujou
Hello all.

Things are drawing closer and we are trying to figure out one thing which does not seem to be quite clear. The lawyers have gone over all the paperwork, have figured out how to make up the right combinations of NOC codes and have included some extra certifications for the specialised skills I need for the particular LMO/Job offer.

The offer itself will _not_ require a university degree (even though I have one) but a higher level education certificate (in Austria that means 13 years of school and Matura)

It will also require that I am a CSM and CSP (both certifications I hold).

Neither the LMO, nor the Job offer states anything about my degree (Communication Sciences and Journalism) only mv CV has that obviously on it.

Now in terms of CIC, which certifications and qualifications do I have to prove to the officer to get the TWP (hopefully at the point of entry?).

Usually the NOC codes that the lawyers are using state


The lawyers say this is left open to interpretation. If the Employer does not require it and it is clearly so stated on the LMO, the job description and on the advertisement and it is clear that work experience and other certifications lead to a highly skilled job offer.

Now I still wonder whether I should bring the parchment from University even though it has nothing to do with the LMO or Job offer and I would have to have it translated from German just like my Matura certificates.

Thanks
I will say you take it with you just in case, even though is not relevant to your Job specs and things like that. I am sure it wont give you any weight so take it.. and good luck
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